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THE 



STAGE COACH 

1959 



presented by 

St. Marys Junior College 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



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Time — what is time? We continually grasD 
at time, hoping to slow it down, but it often 
slips through our fingers before we realize its 
significance. What we do with these fleeting 
moments is important in shaping our future, 
The student who takes advantage of her time 
by applying herself to her studies, by giving 
of herself to others, and above all, by offering 
herself to God will profit most from her years 
at St, Mary's. She will have acquired her 
foundation for life. 

Here in your 1959 Stage Coach we have 
stopped these fleeting moments through pic- 
tures, so that you will always be able to turn 
back to these islands in the river of time and 
instill in yourself the memories of 1959. 



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To the memory of our beloved Bishop, The Rev. Edwin A. Penick: a man 
whose interest influenced many girls to choose St. Mary's for their Alma 
Mater and who dedicated his life to others, we the Stage Coach Staff of 
1959, with lasting affection and a deep sense of loss, dedicate this annual. 
May it stand as a lasting memorial to a dedicated servant of both man and 
God. 



Here at 




St. Mary's Chapel 

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St. Mary's 




Smedes Hall 
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There is alway: 



MEDITATION 

— At week-day services, on Sunday, after 

classes. . . . 

The Little Chapel holds its doors open to all 
who seek it. Here we may find in the midst of 
our busy world, the Strength and the Love we 
need to truly live. 



CONCENTRATION 



— Reading, learning, studying. . . . 

These hours spent deep in concentration, learn- 
ing more of our world and of ourselves, will help 
to make the future a richer and better one for 
us and ours. 





RELAXATION 

— In our rooms, on the tennis court, at the Little 
Store. . . . 

These are many opportunities to relax, have 
fun, or just talk. During these school years many 
friendships are made that will last throughout 
our lives. 



ime for: 



CONTRIBUTIONS 

— Interest, service, and honor organizations, 
publication staffs, athletics. . . . 

The many extracurricular activities give us a 
chance to contribute, not only to the life of St. 
Mary's, but also to that of the whole community. 





DECISION 

— What does the future hold for in 
the things that really count? . . . 



What 



These are the years of decision, the ones that 
will perhaps shape our destinies. Our teachers, 
staff, and chaplain stand ready to help us make 
the choices which will give us the hesl oppor- 
tunities for successful and worthwhile lives. 



RECOGNITION 



— Outstanding service, 
scholarship. . . . 



fellowship, citizenship, 



St. Mary's does not fail to award those among 
us who have proved themselves worthy of recog- 
nition. Belonging to the Order of the Circle is 
one of the greatest honors a St. Mary's girl can 
receive. 




CONTENTS 



Admini 




Athletics 



Features 



Advertisements 



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Administration 




Richard G. Stone 
President 

A.B.. Western Maryland College: Ph.D.. The Johns Hopkins University: L.H.D.. 
Western Maryland College. Saint Mary's. 1946-. 



Dr. Stone has truly devoted his time to helping each student find her place 
at St. Mary's. He has done much for us this year through his patience 
and understanding of our problems. We will always remember Dr. Stone 
as the stabilizing force and guiding hand of St. Mary's. 



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Miss Edith A. Richardson, Dean of 
Students, is a vital part of St. Mary's. 
She willingly gives of her time and 
self to assist us in any way that she 
can. Her sincere interest in the stu- 
dents helps to draw them together, 
and her fineness and unselfish devo- 
tion to St. Marys have been examples 
which will always be remembered. 



Dr. Moultrie Guerry . . . our minister, teacher, and 
friend. At church, in the classroom, and around the 
campus, his friendliness and sincerity are known to all. 
His words and understanding of the problems of our 
lives have guided many of us to make the right choices 
in these decisive years. 




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FACULTY 




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Doris S. Bailey Physical Education 

B.S., Texas University for Women: Jacobs Pillow Uni- 
versity of Dance. Saint Mary's, 1957-. 

Elizabeth Bason Home Economics 

A.B.. Flora Macdonalcl College; M.A.. Columbia Uni- 
versity. Saint Mary's, 1924-. 

Ernestine Boineau Commercial Subjects 

A.B.. Winthrop College; further study at Southern Busi- 
ness University and Appalachian State Teachers College. 
St. Mary's. 1950-. 

Janet R. Brolighton Mathematics and French 

A.B., Lindenwood College; M.A., Oberlin College. Saint 
Mary's, 1940-. 

Russell Broughton Organ, Harmony. History oj Music 
Mus.B., Mus.M.. Oberlin College; Fellow of the American 
Guild of Organists; Pi Kappa Lambda Estey Scholarship. 
Conservatoire Ainericain Fontainebleau; pupil in organ of 
George Whitfield Andrews. Henri Libert: in theory of A. E. 
Heacox: in composition of G. W. Andrews. Nadi Boulanger: 
in improvisation of Marcel Dupre. Saint Mary's, 1940- . 

Helen Abel Brown Librarian 

A.B.. M.A.. Middlebury College: further study in Uni- 
versidad de Mexico. Mexico. D.F. ; A.B. in Library Science, 
University of Michigan. Saint Mary's, 1934-. 

Mary Johnson Browne Assistant Librarian 

A.B., Meredith College: M.A., West Virginia University. 
Saint Mary's. 1952-. 

Owens Hand Browne Chemistry 

B.S.. North Carolina State College: Ph.D.. The Johns 
Hopkins University. Saint Mary's. 1950-. 

Carl F. Cannon. Jr. History and Government 

Newport News Business: University of Virginia: A. A., 

Mars Hill Junior College: B.A.. M.A., Duke Universi'.y. 
Saint Mary's. 1957-. 

Geraldine Spinks Cate Voice and Glee Club 

A.B.. University of South Carolina: Mus.B.. Westminster 

Choir College; M.A. in Music. Teachers College. Columbia 

University; pupil of Julie Bell Soudant. Saint Mary's. 1940-. 

Louise Keith Cell English 

B.A.. Texas State College for Women: M.A.. Southern 
Methodist University. Saint Mary's. 1952-. 

Florence Jean Eggert Spanish and English 

A.B.. M.A.. University of Kansas: Saint Mary's. 1957-. 

Mary Oliver Ellington Hygiene and Biology 

Peace Junior College; B.S., Longwood College: Duke 
University; M.S., North Carolina Stale College. Saint 
Mary's. 1947-1952; 1957-. 

Maxine Fountain Sociology 

A.B.. Woman's College of University of North Carolina: 
Graduate work at University of California and University 
of Wisconsin. Saint Mary's. 1958-. 

Moultrie Guekry Bible 

B.A.. The University of the South: B.D.. Virginia Theo- 
logical Seminary: D.D.. Virginia Theological Seminary. 
Saint Mary's. 1957-. 

William C. Guess Economics 

A.B.. University of North Carolina: M.A.. The Johns 
Hopkins University. Saint Mary's. 1928-. 



Ruth McNitt Hafley Music Department Accompanist 

Oberlin Conservatory; B.S.. Pennsylvania Stale Univer- 
sity. Saint Mary's, 1956-. 

Mary Ruth Haig Piano 

De Pauw University School of Music: graduate in piano, 
pupil of James Friskin. Julliard School of Music; B.S.. in 
Music Education, Teachers College, Columbia University; 
M.S., in Piano. Julliard School of Music; Pupil of Sascha 
Gorodnitzki. pupil of Robert and Graby Casadesus. Con- 
servatoire Ainericain. Fontainebleau. Saint Mary's, 1937-. 

Lawrence E. Hinkle Latin 

A.B., University of Colorado; M.A., Columbia University; 
D.S. es Latin, Dijon University. Saint Mary's. 1955-. 

Camilla Hoy Spanish and French 

A.B.. M.A.. University of South Carolina: Ph.D.. Bryn 
Mawr College. Saint Mary's. 1952-. 

Susanne J. Jacobus Biology 

A.B., Salem College: M.S.. Lmiversity of Michigan; Cor- 
nell University, Critic Teacher, Science Teacher Training 
Program. Saint Mary's, 1953-. 

Sara Esther Jones English 

B.S.. Asheville College; M.S., George Peabody College for 
Teachers. Saint Mary's, 1947-. 

Annie Ruth Linererry Mathematics 

A.B., Meredith College; M.A.. Columbia University. Saint 
Mary's, 1927-. 

Jane Lloyd Physical Educaion 

B.S., Mary Washington College; Graduate work at Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. Saint Mary's. 19S7-. 

Mabel Margaret Morrison 

History. Psychology and Geography 
A.B., M.A.. Dalhousie University; Ph.D.. University of 
Toronto. Saint Mary's, 1929-. 

Eugene F. Parker German and Spanish 

B.S.. Norwich University: M.A.. Ph.D.. Harvard Univer- 
sity. Saint Mary's. 1947-. 

Donald Peery Piano and Theory 

Mus.B., Oberlin College; M.A.. Teachers College. Colum- 
bia University: pupil of Rosalyn Tureck and Frank Sheridan. 
New York: Adjudicator. National Guild of Auditions. Saint 
Mary's. 1940-1941: 1944-. 

Carolyn Peacock Poole English and History 

A.B.. Meredith College; M.A.. Oberlin College. Saint 
Mary's. 1953-. 

Edith Anne Richardson English 

A.B.. Wellesley College. Saint Mary's. 1955-. 

Julienne Moncin Smith French and Spanish 

A.B.. M.A.. University of South Carolina: Certifieat 
D'Etudes, Sorhonne. Paris. Saint Mary's. 1947-. 

Nancy C. Stamey Speech and Drama 

Graduate of Columbia College of Speech and Drama. 
Saint Mary's. 19S7-. 

John N. Tate. Jr. English 

B.A.. Louisiana State University; M.A.. University of 
North Carolina. Saint Mary's. 1957-. 

Margaret C. Williams Art and Art History 

A.B.. M.A.. Woman's College of the University of North 



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1956-. 



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STAFF 



Bessie B. Brown 

In charge oj Book Store and Post Office 

Katie Bullock 
Assistant Dietitian 



Evie Callahan 
Housekeeper 

Barbara Hauser 
Alumnae Secretary 



Nell Ruth Jewell, R.N. 
Resident Nurse 



Julia Jordan 
Secretary 



Mattie Parker Rayner 
Hostess 

Chauncy L. Royster 

Physician 



Marcaret Sasser 
Assistant Hostess 

Mary Lewis Sasser 
Secretary 



Macy Seacroves. R.N. 

Nurse 

Stella T. Smith 

Switch/ward Operator 



Della B. Trlttt 
Dietitian 

Elizabeth G. Tucker 

Secretary to the President 



Frances Vann 



Secretary 



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Miss Katheriiie Morris was one of the people who built 
the traditions of love and fellowship that we, her students, 
hold dearest at St. Mary's. In her own student years, Miss 
Morris must have had the loving heart, must have been quick 
with the helpful word, the tender thought, and the kindly 
deed; in her years as an art teacher, she worked small 
miracles. In every student she inspired, through constant en- 
couragement, a determination to work harder, to produce 
finer results. She awoke creativeness and an awareness of 
beauty. Miss Morris loved beauty and could find it any- 
where, even in the commonest place; the pattern of light and 
shadow cast by the sun on a garbage can delighted her. Two 
qualities about Miss Morris stand out above all others. We 
knew that she loved us when, feeling the need, she forgot 
that she was a teacher and helped us with personal decisions 
influencing our lives. Also, she possessed that rare gift of 
knowing she was happy — a knowledge that made life a joy 
to her and to those who knew her. 



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St. Mary's first family . . . Senior Follies??? . . . Jolly ol' Saint Nick! ... St. Mary's in the snow . . . And this is where 
we live . . . One of the nice parts of school life . . . Big night on the campii . . . Jes" call us snowballs! . . . Shakin the 




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Senior Class Officers 




Penny Dunn lice-President 

Jane Copeland ." President 

Bettie Ann Whitehurst Secretary 

Dorothy Ewing Treasurer 



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SENIORS 



JANE LAWRENCE AUGUSTINE 

Bellefontaine, Ohio 
"Chip," Yankee, industrious 
"No one knows what he can do, 'til he tries." 
Sigma Pi Alpha '57-'59; Belles Staff '58-'59; Mu. 



NELLIE HOLMES BALLOU Oxford, N. C. 

"Boo," fun-loving, president of "flick-team" 
"Life is not life at all without delight." 
Belles Staff '57-'59, Typing Mana'.-er '58-'59; Hall 
Counselor "58-"59; Altar Guild, Brass Committee 
Chairman '58'59; Letter Club '58-'S9; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Ma's '58-'59; May Day Nominating Com- 
mittee '57-'59; Athletic Council '58-'59i Mu. 





CAROLYN JOYCE BATCHELOR 

Scotland Neck, N. C. 

blonde, courteous, delightful to know 

"A smile for all, a greeting glad, 

A lovable, jolly way she had.'' 

Altar Guild '57-'59; Belles Staff '58'59; Dramatics 

Club \58-'59; Y.W.C.A. '58'59; Y.D.C. '58'59; Mu. 



SUSAN BALIMGARDNER Jacksonville, Fla. 

"Susie," conscientious, "hi, kids!" 
"A passion for life in general." 
Glee Club '57-'59; Sigma. 





BETTY LOU BEALES Washington, N. C. 

sweet, friendly, gracious 
"A lovely lady, garmented in light from her own 

beauty." 
Altar Guild '57-'59; Dance Marshal \57-'58; Belles 
Staff '58-'59; Dramatics Club - 58-'59; Y.W.C.A. 
'58-'59; Senior Little Store Committee '58-'59; 
Mu. 



SALLY IDESSA BLACKMON Columbia. S. C. 
beautiful smile, efficient, individuality 
"Beauty and knowledge maketh the great." 
Secretary Student Government and Honor Council 
'58-'59; Honor Council '57-'59; Hall Counselor 
'58-'59; Glee Club '57-'58; Ensemble 'S7-'58; Choir 
'57'59; Y.W.C.A. '57'58; Y.D.C. 'S7-'58; Stack 
Coach Staff '57-'S9, Co-Art Editor "58-'59: Volley- 
ball 'S7-'58; Softball '57-'58; Belles Staff '57-'58; 
Altar Guild T>8-'59; May Court '57-'59; May Queen 
'58-'59; Circle '58-'59. 





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SENIORS 





dana isrownrigg isorden 

Goldslwo, N. C. 
versatility, vivacious, genuine 
"Energy and persistence conquer all things." 
Circle '58-'59; Glee Club '55-'58, Librarian '56-'58; 
Freshman-Sophomore Dance Committee *55-'57; 
Canterbury Club '55-'56; Stack Coach Slafl '56- 
'58; Y.W.C.A. '56-'59; Y.R.C. 'ob'W; Choir 
-'56-'59; Ensemble '56'57; Belles Staff '57-'58; 
Y.D.C, Vice-President '57-'59; Legislative Body 
'57-'59; Altar Guild *57-*59, Chairman of Flower 
Committee '58-'59; Letter Club '57-'59; Beginner's 
Swimming Instructor '58-*59; Athletic Council 
'58-'59; Highest Number of Athletic Points '.ST-ViH; 
Handbook Committee, Chairman '58-'59; Grand- 
daughters' Club '58-'59; Soccer '57-'59; Volleyball 
'57-'59; Swimming '57-'59; Ping-pong '57-'59; 
Badminton '57-'59; Basketball \57-\58; All Star 
Speetlball '58-'59; Hall Counselor \58-'59; Uu. 

MARGARET UZZEL BOWEN Raleigh, N. C. 
full of fun. gay, parties 
"// it's fun, let's do it" 
Belles Staff '57-'58; Stace Coach '57-'59; Volley- 
ball '57-'59; Mil 





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HELEN ELISE BRICE Spartanburg, S. C. 

dependability. Wedding Bells will ring. "No-Do/." 
"Individuality is everywhere to be guarded and 

honored us the root oj all good." 
Altar Guild "57-'59; Circle '57-'59, Secretary 
'58-'59j Soccer '57-'58; Basketball '57-'58; Nomi- 
nating Committee '57-'58; Y.R.C. '57-'59; Hall 
Counselor \58-*59; Chairman of Hall Council '08- 
'59; Be/Irs Staff. Headlines Manager '58-'59; 
Handbook Committee '58-'59; Legislative Body 
'58-'59: Mu. 



ELIZABETH THORP BRODIE 

Scotland Neck. N. C. 
conscientious, dates, perfectionist 
"Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind." 
Belles Staff 'SB-^, Business Manager: Y.D.C. 
•57- - 59; Y.R.C. '57-'59; Y.W.C.A. \58-'59; Dra- 
matics Club \58-"59; Altar Guild "58-"59; Senior 
Little Store Committee '58-'59; Sigma. 





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SARA JANE BRICE Greensboro. N. C. 

phone calls, gay spirit, big blue eyes 
"Quirk and lively, happy and gay, 

A smile for all who come her way." 
Glee Club '57-"58: Choir "58-\59: Altar Guild 
'57-"59; Muse Staff '57-'59. Assistant Editor "58-'.i9; 
Belles Staff 'o8- - 59. News Editor; Y.R.C. \58-"59: 
May. Day '57-'58; May Court "58-'59: Hall Counse- 
lor '58-'59; Sigma. 



ELEANOR L1SBETH l!l LLLCK 

Rocky Mount. N. C. 
"Chinkie," impish. Orchesis 
"To do easily what is difficult for others is the 

mark of talent." 
Orchesis "57-"59. President '58'59; Y.W.C.A. 
'58-'59; Y.D.C. '58-'59j 1/use Staff '58-'59; Belles 
Staff '58-'59; Choir '58-'59: Letter Club '58-'59; 
Altar Guild '58-'59; May Day '57-"59: All Star 
in Dance "57-'59: 1///. 



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SENIORS 



ANN CAMPBELL Raleigh. N. C. 

baby-doll, cute, thoughtful 
"A stitch in time saves nine." 
Altar Guild "57-'59; Sigma Cheerleader '57-'59. 
Head Cheerleader '58-'59; Stage Coach Staff 
•58-'59; Muse Staff '58'59; Belles Staff '57-'59; 
Canterbury Club '57-'58; Granddaughters' Club 
'57-'59; May Day - 57-'59; Sigma. 



CAROLINE FORREST CANNON Sumter. S. C. 
neat, sincere, congenial 
"If here there's a will, there's a way." 
Glee Club '57-'59, Librarian "58-'59; Ensemble 
'57-'58; Stace Coach Staff •57-'58; Choir '57-'59; 
Dramatics Club '58-'59; Granddaughters' Club 
'57-'59; Belles Staff '58-'59; Volleyball '57-'58; 
Canterbury Club '57-'58; Mu. 





REBECCA KAY CARR Windham, Maine 

carefree, fun to be around 

"Worry never made a woman great." 

Committee for High School Reception '58- '59; 

Sigma-Mu Basketball "57-'58; Sigma. 



STARKEY MOORE CHERRY 

Mount Olive, N. C. 
pleasant, busy, dignified 
"A girl of quiet thinking and independent view." 
Muse Staff '57-'59; Sigma. 





GEORGIA BORDEN COBB Goldsboro, N. C. 

immaculate, modest, genuine 
"To those who know thee not, no words ran 

paint, and those that know thee, know all 

words are joint" 
Hall Counselor '58-'59; Secretary of Hall Council 
'58-'59; Granddaughters' Club \57-'59; Doctors' 
Daughters' Club '57-'59; Glee Club '57-'58; Acolyte 
'58-'59; Mu Cheerleader '57-'59; Belles Staff '57- 
'58; Stage Coach Staff \57-'59; All-Star Soccer 
'57-'59; Letter Club '58-'59; Circle '58-'59; Mu. 



NANCY HOLT COMPTON Raleigh. N. C. 

"I. G. Y.," midnight oil. forever smiling 
"fie true to thy own true convictions." 
Dramatics Club \57-'59; Altar Guild '58-'59; 
Acolyte '58-'59; The Heiress \58-'59; Hall Council 
'58-'59; Senior Follies Choreographer '58-'59- 
Muse Staff '58-'S9; Sigma Pi Alpha '57-59; Circle 
'59. 





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SENIORS 





JANE McMASTER COPELAND Kinston, N. C. 

organizer, chatter-box, confusion personified 
"Nothing great was ever achieved without en- 
thusiasm?' 
Muse Staff '5S-'59; Y.W.C.A. '55-'58, Vice-Presi- 
dent '56-'57; Stage Coach Staff '55-'58: Glee 
Club ^-"06; Beacon '56-'57; Y.D.C. '56-'57; 
Senior Class President "58-'59; Legislative Body 
'58-'59; Hall Counselor '58-'59; Handbook Com- 
mittee '58-"59; Alumnae Editor of Belles '58-'59; 
Mu Cheerleader '58-'59; Student Alumnae Repre- 
sentative '58-'59; The Circle '58-'59: Mu. 



ELOISE NEELY COWLES Statesville, N. C. 

"cig"-girl, chatter, willingness 
"The small courtesy sweetens life." 
Stace Coach Staff \57-'59; Belles Staff '57-'59, 
Cigarette Manager '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. 'S8-'59; 
Y.D.C. '58-V59; Dramatics Club '58'59: Sigma. 





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CORTLANDT PRESTON CREECH 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

daredevil, George, artistic 

"Mirth is like a flash of lightning" 

Stage Coach Staff '57-*58; Granddaughters' Cluh 

*58-'59; Muse Staff '58-'59; Belles Staff \58-'59; 

Mu. 



JEANNETTE GILKEY CROSS Marion. N. C. 

Monkey, "Nette." our chief 
"The heart to conceive, the understanding to 

direct, and the hand to execute." 
Vice-President of Freshman Class *55-'56: Stage 
Coach Staff '55-*58 ; Y.D.C. *55-'57 ; Dramatics 
Club '55-'57; Granddaughters" Club '55-*59. Secre- 
tary '56-'57; Y.W.C.A. '55-*59. President \57-'58: 
Beacon '55-'57; Circle *58-'59; Legislative Body 
\57-'59; Nominating Committee '55-*56. '58-*59; 
President of the Junior Class '57-*58; Chairman 
of Honor Council *58-'59: President of Student 
Government '58-'59 ; Hall Representative "55-'56 ; 
Canterbury Club '55*56; Handbook Committee 
"58-'59; Hall Counselor '58*59; Sigma. 





MARY ALLISON DALE Charlotte. N. C. 

Paris, leotards, immaculate 
*7 want, by understanding myself, to understand 

others." 
Orchesis *57-*58; May Day "57-'59; Honor Council 
"57-'*59; Secretary-Treasurer of Orchesis *58-*59; 
Muse Staff '58-"59; Choir '58-*59; Belles Staff 
'58-"59; Hall Counselor '58*59; Circle '58-*59; 
Sigma. 



DORIS ELIZABETH DAVENPORT 

Greenville, N. C. 

week ends, attractive, cut-up 

'77/ have a fling." 

Dramatics Club "57-"58: ^oung Democrats Club 

'58*59; Y.W.C.A. '58-'59: Mav Dav *57-*58: Belles 

Staff "58-'59: Mu. 



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SENIORS 



EMMA LAURA DAVIS Wilmington, N. C. 

complexion, elegance, mischievous 
"Style is the dress ol thought." 
Canterbury Club '57-*58; Script Committee of 
Senior Follies '58-'59; Dramatics Club '58-'59; 
Altar Guild \57.'59: Proctor '58-'59; Sigma. 



BEVERLY MEANS DuBOSE Columbia. S. C. 

"Bev," adorable, southern belle 
"She puts all her troubles in the bottom of her 

heart, then sits on the lid and smiles." 
Stage Coach Business Staff '57-'58; Grand- 
daughters' Club '57-'58; Secretary of Junior Class 
'57 -'58; Altar Guild '57-'59, President '58-'59: 
May Curt , 57- , 59; Marshal '58-'59; Hall Coun- 
selor '58-'59; Sigma Mu Bridge '58-'59; Sigma. 





PENELOPE WARREN DUNN 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
sharp, individual, dry-wit 
"Nothing astonishes men so much as common 

sense and plain dealing.'' 
Sigma Pi Alpha '57-'59; Choir '58-'59; Muse Staff 
'58-'59; Stace Coach Staff '57-'58; Y.W.C.A. 
•58-'59; Sigma Mu Softball \57-'58; Sigma Mu 
Basketball '58-'59; Little Store Committee '58-'59; 
Secretary of Senior Class '58-'59; Mu. 



MARY TLiRNAGE EASON Farmville, N. C. 

Wafle. cheerful, genuine 
"Earnestness and sincerity are synonymous" 
Public Relations Assistant '58-'59; Hall Counselor 
'58-'59; Y.W.C.A. '57-'59; Choir '57-'59; Altar 
Guild '57-'59; Canterbury Club '57-'58; . Swim- 
ming Club '58-'59; Muse Staff '57-'59; Belles Staff 
'58-'59; May Day '57-'58; Sigma. 





ANNE WALSER EDENS Columbia, S. C. 

nonchalant, southern drawl, parties 
"The bow string oj spirit was not slack." 
Altar Guild '58-'59; Y.D.C.; Belles Staff '58- '59; 
Sigma Mu Basketball '58-'59; Sigma Mu Tennis 
'58-'59; Swimming Club '58-'59; Sigma Mu Bridge 
\58'59; Senior Life Saving '58-'59: Y.W.C.A. 
'58-'59; Sigma. 



MARY JUDITH EDGERTON Chappaqua, N. Y. 

New Y'orker, creative, "millions of brothers" 
"Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing 

well." 
Belles Staff '57-'59. Feature Editor '58-'59; Muse 
Staff '57-'59; Stage Coach Staff '58-'59. 





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SENIORS 





ALICE LEOTA EDWARDS Greenville, N. C. 

smart, bridge, friendly 

"Her future is aglow with possibilities." 

May Day '57-*58; Senior Little Store Committee 

'58-'59; Sigma. 



DOROTHY WINGFIELD EWING 

Richmond, Va. 
<ute. ivy-league, dependable 
"From a little spark may burst a mighty flame." 
Stack Coach '57-*58; Belles '57-'59; Young Re- 
publicans Club \57-\58; Young Democrats *57-"."J8; 
Hall Counselor '58-*59; Treasurer of Senior Class 
*58-*59. 






ELIZABETH CONSTANCE FISHER 

Whitakers. N. C. 
carefree, stylish, fun-loving 
"Curfew must not ring tonight." 
Cheerleader '56-"59, Head Cheerleader \58-"59: 
Stage Coach \56-'57; Belles '56-'57. '58-*59; 
Y.W.C.A. '55-'57; May Day Page '57-'58; Y.D.C 
'56-*57; 1///. 



GEORGIA ANNE FULLER Washington, N. C. 
petite, party girl, intellect 
"/ have a heart with room for every joy." 
Dramatics Club '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. *58-\59; Y.D.C. 
\58-*59; Muse *58-*59; Senior Dance Decoration 
Chairman '58-"59; .1///. 



JEANETTE MILDRED GILLIAM 

Burlington. N. C. 
artistic, demure, vogue 
"A glass of fashion, the mold of form." 
Marshal '58-\59; Stage Coach '57-"o9; Hall Coun- 
selor "58-'59; Doctors' Daughters* Club *58-'S9: 
May Day '58-*59; Sigma. 



JANE WINIFRED GRAY Tampa. Fla. 

"Pop off Piedmont.'* bubbling, "Yep. Nathan's 

coming." 
"She was made of happy thought and full of wit 

and laughter." 
Stace Coach *57-"59; Altar Guild *."i8-'59; Crucifer 
\S8-"">9: Dance Marshal \">7-*.58; Hall Coun-elor 
*58-\i9: Assistant Hall Council Secretary "58-'.*"9: 
Dramatics Club "57-"59 ; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



SANDRA JANE HARMON Columbia, 

congenial, neat, attractive 
"Never idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful 

oj others." 
Stage Coach \57-'58; Hall Counselor 
Sigma. 



C. 



'58-'59; 



LINDA ELIZABETH HARRIS Concord, N. C. 
"Belles' articles are clue, 1 ' conscientious, "Sac time" 

"Devout yet cheerful, active yet resigned." 
Belles Staff '57-'59, Assistant Editor '58-'59; Y.D.C. 
'57-'59; Dramatics Club '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. '58- '59; 
Uu. 





JANE BAILEY HAYES Raleigh, N. C. 

"teenie," energetic, brains 
"The most precious goods oft come wrapped in 

smallest packages.' 1 
Stage Coach Staff \57-'58; Dance Marshal '57-'58; 
Sigma Pi Alpha '57-'59; Hall Counselor *58'59; 
Ma. 



LUCJNDA STEVENS HENDERSON 

Forest, Va. 
"no sweat," KA pin, happy-go-lucky 
"The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure 

and pleasure my business." 
Orchesis *57-'58; Belles Staff \57-'59, Circulation 
Manager '58-'59; Stace Coach Staff \57-'58; 
Dramatics Club '57-'58; Posture Queen '57-'58; 
Altar Guild '58-'59; Marshal '58'59; Hall Coun- 
selor '58-'59; May Court '58-'59; Mu. 





JUDITH HIGHSMITH Robersonville, N. C. 

wit. intellect, sincere 
"Leave silence to the saints; I am but human." 
Sigma Pi Alpha '57-'59; Young Democrats Club 
'58-'59; Sigma Mu Basketball '57-'58; Y.W.C.A. 
'58-'59; Belles Staff '58-'59; Mu. 



LUANNE SPENCER HOBBS 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 
industrious, jollity, delightful 
"A cheerful temper joined with innocence will 
make knowledge delightful anil wit good- 
natured." 

Dramatics Club '57-'59; The Heiress '58; Soccer 
Team '57-'58; Stace Coach Staff '57-'59, Editor 
\58-'59; Altar Guild \58-'59; Acolyte '58'59; Hall 
Counselor '58-'59; Canterbury Club '57-'59, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer '58-'59; May Day '57-'58; Nomi- 
nating Committee '57-'58; Sigma Pi Alpha '57-'59; 
Circle '58'59; Our Town, Maker oj Magic '58- '59- 
May Day '58-'59; Sigma; The Chalk Garden '59. 





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SENIORS 





ADA ELLEN HOELL Washington, N. C. 

big brown eyes, dates chatter-box 
■"Sparkling eyes, laughter, friendliness — a winning 



combination. 
Mu Cheerleader 



57-'59; Y.W.C.A. '57-'59; Mu. 



GAIL THARPE HUNTER Raleigh, N. C. 

laughter, agreeable, friendly 

"I take life as it comes and enjoy it" 

Dramatic Speech '57-"58: Dramatic*- Club \58-"59: 

Stage Coach Business Staff '58-'59; Sigma. 





ANNE STACY JEFFERSON Cario, Ga. 

sparkling, wholesome, Georgia peach 
"Born for success she seemed, ivith grace to win, 

with heart to hold, with shining gifts that 

took a/1 eyes" 
Glee Club '57-'58; Ensemble \57-'58; Choir l 57- 1 58; 
Belles Staff "57-'59; V.D.C. \57-*58; May Curt 
'SI- 59; Hall Counselor '58-*59; Swimming Club 
•58-*59; Marshal '58-'59: Mu. 



SARA JOAN JORDAN Raleiih, N. C. 

dependable, sweet, conscientious 
"Wise to resolve and patient to perform." 
Dance Marshal '57-'58: Belles Staff *57-"58; Canter- 
bury Club *57-'58; Stage Coach Business Staff 
\57-"59. Business Manager '58-'59; Honor Council 
'58-*59; Senior Little Store '58-'59; Dramatics 
Club '58-'59; Sigma Pi Alpha '57-*59; Circle 
'58-'59: Mav Day "58-'59: Sigma. 





AGNES VIVIAN LAW LER Coldsboro. N. C. 

blushes, naive, adorable 
"A ready wit and a love for mischief make an 

unforgettable combination." 
Belles Staff '58-*59; Stage Coach Staff "57-"58: 
May Day '57-'58: Altar Guild '58-*59; Glee Club 
'57-'58: Canterbury Club *57'58; Y.D.C. '57*58; 
Sigma. 



ELIZABETH CARTER LIPFORD 

Raleigh. N. C. 
a born leader, engaged, congenial 
"There is no knowledge that is not power," 
Dramatics Club *56-*59, Publicity Chairman '56- 
'58: Business Staff of Stage Coach '55*56. *57-*59; 
Editorial Staff of Stage Coach *56-*57: Y.D.C. 
'55*58; Y.R.C. "56-"58; Y.W.C.A. *55-*58, Secretary 
"57-'58 : Beacon *55-'57 ; Circle *56-"59, Secrrtarv 
"57-"58, President '58*59; Canterbury Club "56-*57; 
Glee Club '56-'57: Letter Club '57-*59; Legislative 
Body '58-"59; Belles Staff "56-"59. Headlines Editor 
'57-"59: Hockey All Star Team "56-'57; Soccer 
All Star Team '57'59: Basketball All Star Team 
"57-"58 : Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



PATRICIA JARVIS LITCHFIELD 

Jackson. N. C, 
gracious, lovable, stalely 
"A girl who is loved, a girl with grace. 

With fairness of figure, and fairness of face." 
Dramatics Club '57-'58; Y.W.C.A. '57-'59, Presi- 
dent '58-'S9; Y.D.C. '57-'59; Belles Staff '57-'59; 
May Day '57-'59; Altar Guild "58-'59; Crucifer 
'58-'59; Hall Counselor '58'59; Mil; Circle '59. 



TONETTA MAX1NE LONN1NC 

Fort Monroe, Va. 
Army Brat, individuality, Jim 
"A thing seriously pursued affords true enjoy- 
ment." 
Belles Staff '58-'59; Stage Coach Staff '58-'59; 
Muse Staff '57-'59; Dramatics Club '57-'59; Sigma. 





JERRY ANN LOVELACE Higb Point, N. C. 

mischievous. Bob, all 'round gal 
"The love light in her eyes." 
Y.D.C. '58-'59; Altar Guild '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. 
'57-'59; Belles Staff '58-'59; May Day '57-'58; 
Basketball '58-'59; Sigma. 



SARA BLAIR MADDISON 

Scotland Neck. N. C. 
good-natured, dependable, practical joker 
"Rare compound of quality, noble and true, 

With plenty oj sense and good humor too!" 
Hall Counselor '58'59; Granddaughters' Club '57- 
'59. Vice-President '57-'S8, President '58'59; Belles 
Staff '58-'59; Altar Guild '58'59; St ace Coach 
Business Staff '58'59; Choir '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. 
\58-'59. Secretary-Treasurer '58-'59; All Star Speed 
Ball '58-'59; Si»ma Mu Basketball '57-'59, Co- 
Captain '58'59; Mu. 





SALL1E JOSEPHINE MARCOTTE 

Charlotte, N. C. 
devilish, carefree, dependable 
"Let your life lightly dance on the edges of time." 
St ace Coach Staff '57 -'59; Belles Staff '58-'S9; 
Dramatics Club '57-'59; Altar Guild '58'59: 
Y.W.C.A. '58'59; Y.R.C. '58'59; Little Store 
Committee '58'59; Canterbury Club "57'58: Mu. 



MARTHA ELLEN MILLER Lexington. N. C. 
beautiful hair, dimples. Bob 
"/ have a heart with room for every joy." 
Glee Club '57-'58; Belles Staff '57-'59: Hall Coun- 
selor '58-'59; Altar Guild '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. '58- 
'59; May Day '58'59; Mu. 





27 



SENIORS 





MARY CAROLINE MOHR Baltimore, Md. 

independent, lall and slender, pigtail 
Who SO would be a man must be a noncon- 
formist." 
Doctors' Daughters' Club '58-*59; Senior Little 
Store Committee *58-*59; Mu. 



MEMRIE TAYLOR MOSIER Greenville, N. C. 

talented, intellectual, laughter 
"True ease in writing comes from art, not chance 

as th ose m o ve easiest wh o h ave learn ed to 

dance." 
Muse Staff *57-*59, Editor '59; Orchesis '57-*59; 
Stage Coach Staff \57-'58; Belles Staff '57-'58; 
Choir '58-'59; Granddaughters' Club '57-*59; 
Chairman of Senior Follies; May Day '57-*59; 
Dramatics Club '57*58; Sigma. 





MAMIE JEANNE MOVE Greenville, N. C. 

poised, neat, mischievous 
"A sweet attractive kind of grace." 
Belles Staff \58-"59; Altar Guild *58'59; Y.W.C.A. 
*58-\59; Young Democrats Club *58-'59; Mu. 



KATHARINE McLEOD Raleigh, N. C. 

"Kit." intellect, "Ponchn" 
"fl here beauty is there will be love." 
Altar Guild '58*59; Stage Coach Staff \57-\58; 
Soccer Team "57-'58; Muse Staff "57-'58; Sigma 
Pi Alpha \57-*59; Hall Council '58-'59; Sigma. 








SARA MOSELLE McMILLAN 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 
Buster. Buster. Buster 
"The force of her own merit makes her own wa\." 
Dance Marshal *57-"58; Belles Staff "57-"59; Stage 
Coach Staff "57-'58; Nominating Committee '57- 
'59; Hall Counselor *58-"59; Senior Little Store 
Chairman '58-*59; Y.W.C.A. '58*59; Altar Guild 
'58-*59; Doctor's Daugliters' Club "57-"59; Sigma. 



WILMA ROBERTA McRACKAN 

Scotland Neck. N. C. 

smart, "weenie." chatter 

"The hand that follows intellect can achieve." 

Dramatics Club *58-'59: Young Democrats Club 

'58-*59; Y.W.C.A. '58*59; Belles Staff '58*59: Mu. 



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SENIORS 



LEE PARKER NEWBY Rocky Mount, N. C. 

personality plus, dependable, lovable 
"So well she acted all and every part by turns — 

with that vivacious versatility. 1 ' 
President of Sigmas "58-'59; Hall Counselor '58- 
'59; Stage Coach Staff '57-'59; Altar Cuihl 
\57-'59; Little Store Committee '58-'59; Nomi- 
nating Committee '57-'58; Letter Club '57-'59; 
Chairman of Legislative Body "58-'59; All Star 
Volleyball '57 -'59. Captain '58-'59; All Star Bad- 
minton '57-'58; All Star Tennis '57-'58; All Star 
Speedball '57-'58; Sigma. 



CHARLOTTE ANN OLIVE Lexington, N. C. 

pleasant, practical, conscientious 

"Merrily she can laugh and chatter." 

Belles Staff \57-'58; Y.W.C.A. '58-"59; Young 

Democrats Club '58-'59; Mu. 





JULIA OLIVER Savannah, Ga. 

dependable, 12 o'clock phone calls, gracious 
"Charm strikes the sight and merit wins the heart." 
Vice-President of Junior Class; Stage Coach 
Staff '57-'58; Altar Guild '57-'58; May Dav '57-'58; 
Y.R.C. '57-'58; Circle '58'59; Honor Council '58- 
'59; Vice-President of Student Government; Legis- 
lative Body '58-'59; Hall Counselor '58-'59; 
Constitution Committee "58-'59; Sigma. 



MARY JANE PEMBERTON Goldsboro. N. C. 

domestic?? not-to-distant dreams (October) 
"If hen all her virtues are measured and told, we 

find she is worth her weight in gold." 
Soccer Team '57-'58; Stage Coach Staff '57-'59, 
Assistant Editor '57-'59; Granddaughters' Club 
'57-'59, Secretary '57-'58; Dramatics Club '57-'58; 
Young Democrats Club '57-'59; Altar Guild '57-59; 
Belles Staff '57-'59; Hall Counselor '58-'59; Sigma. 





OCTAVIA SCALES PHILLIPS 

Rockingham, N. C. 
charm, "Tavia," lovely 
"Earth's noblest thing, a woman perfected." 
Hall Counselor '58-'59; Chief Marshal '58-'59; 
Glee Club '55-'57; Choir '56-'58; Canterbury Club 
'55-'56; Granddaughters' Club '55-'59; Dance 
Marshal '55-'56j May Court '55-"59. Maid of 
Honor '58-'59; Belles Staff '56-'57, '58-"59; Orchesis 
'56-'58; Hockey Team '56- '57; Stage Coach Staff 
'57'59, Sports Editor '58-'59; Letter Club '57'59; 
All Star Soccer Team '57-'59, Captain *57-'58| 
Vice-President of Sigmas '58-*59; Sigma: Circle 
'59. 



EMILY ALLEN PIERCE Weldon, N. C. 

good-natured. "Em." Sandwich Captain 

"Not too serious, not too gay, 

A likable person in every way." 

Dramatics Club '57-'59; Stace Coach Staff '58- 

'59; Belles Staff '58'59; Y.W.C.A. \58-'59; Young 

Democrats Clubs '58-'59; Sigma. 





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SENIORS 





CATHERINE SPROTT POTTER 

Beaufort, N. C. 
versatile, conscientious, stylish 
"The world belongs to the enthusiast who keeps 

coal." 
Orchesis '57-'59; Glee Club '57-'58; Orchesis Coun- 
cil '57-'58; May Day '57-'59; Crucifer '58-'S9; 
Altar Guild '58-*59; Senior Follies Chairman '58- 
'59; Chief Dance Marshal "58-'59; Hall Counselor 
"58'59; Mu. 



MARY ANN POWELL Oxford. N. C. 

"Mappie," parlies, 3 o'clock hall walker 
"For who eon see and then forget the glories of 

this gay brunette?" 
Glee Club '57-'59; Ensemble "57-'58j Altar Guild 
'58-"59; Office Assistant '58-'S9: Cheerleader '57- 
'59; Belles Staff \58-'59; May Day "58-'59; Hall 
Counselor *58-'59; Sigma. 





REBECCA LOUISE ROBERSON 

Rohersonville. N. C. 
"Becky." genuine. Andy 
"Good humor only teaches charms to last." 
Stack Coach Staff '58-"59; Basketball '57-'58: 
Y.D.C. "58-'59; Belles Staff '58-'59; Dramatics 
Club '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. '58-'59; Senior Little Store 
Committee '58-'59; Public Relations Assistant '58- 
'59; Mu. 



NANCY SJOSTROM Elkin. N. C. 

mischievous, athletic. "Sjosl" 
"She gave with a zest, and she gave her best." 
Stage Coach Staff "57-'58; Belles Photographer 
'58-'59: Letter Club "58-'59; All Star Soccer Team 
'57-'58; All Star Softball Team '57-'58: All Star 
Speeclball Team '58'59; Basketball "57-'59: Volley- 
ball '57-'59; President Swimming Club "58-'59: 
Swimming Instructor '57-'58; Softball '58-'59; 
Sigma. 





JANE NORFLEET SMITH Goldsboro. N. C. 

blushes. "I was so embarrassed," modest 
"If ho should express her goodliest virtue, she has 

so many." 
Granddaughters' Club '57-"59; Glee Club *57-*58: 
Y.D.C. '57-'58; Y.R.C. '57-"58; Belles Staff '57'59; 
Stage Coach Staff \57-'59. Co-Art Editor '58-'59; 
Altar Guild "57-"59; Soccer Team '57-'58; Senior 
Little Store Committee "58-"59: Hall Counselor 
'58-'59; Mu. 



ELIZA GOODE SOI THALL Amelia. Va. 

artistic, "funny as a crutch." Virginia! ! 
"Sleep is the best cure for waking troubles." 
Glee Club '57-'58; Dramatics Club "58'59; Grand- 
.laughters' Club "58-'59: Belles Staff "58'59: 
Choir "57'58; St ace Coach Staff '58'59; Mav 
Day '58-'59: Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



VIRGINIA MASTERS TYSON 

High Point. N. C. 
"Where's the fire?" globe-trotter, tricky 
"ff ork is done and must be done, but while 1 

work Til have my fun." 
Y.W.C.A. '57-'58; Doctors' Daughters' Cluh '55- 
'59; Softball Team "56-'58; Volleyball Team 
'57-'58; Y.D.C. '55-'56; Hall Counselor '58-'59; 
Stage Coach Staff '55-'56; Fire Captain '58- '59; 
Basketball Team '55-'57; Belles Staff '55-'56; May 
Day '55-'56; Canterbury Club "55-'56; Sigma. 



JUDITH CHRISTIAN VERNON Raleigh, N. C. 

mischievous, conscientious. "Judy" 
"A peace above all earth!) dignities, a still and 

quiet conscience." 
Committee for The Heiress '57-'58; Committee for 
Our Town '58; Committee for Broughton Tea 
'58-'59; Decorations Committee for Senior Dance 
'58-'59; Committee for Madwoman of ChaUlot 
'58-'59; Junior Picnic Committee '57-'58; Cigarette 
Committee '58-'59; Ma. 





LINDA GREY VICK Kinston, N. C. 

"Smick," understanding heart, a girl's best friend 

"Sincere and most worthy." 
Public Relations Assistant '58-'59; Granddaugh- 
ters' Club '57-'59; Y.W.C.A. '57-'59, President 
'58'59; Swimming Club '58'59; Glee Cluh '58-'59; 
Dramatics Club '57-'59; Soccer Team '58-'59; 
Speeilliall Team '58-'59j Basketball Team '58-'59; 
Tennis Team '58-'59; Nominating Committee '58- 
'59; Sigma. 



PATRICIA SIGR1D VILLAS Charlotte, N. C. 

"Villi," love problems, parties 
"Possessing great vitality and sheer enjoyment of 
lije." 

Belles Staff \57-'59; Stack Coach Staff '57-'58: 
Y.W.C.A. '57-'59; Volleyball Team '57-'59; Dra- 
matics Club '57-'58; Altar Guild '58-'59; Acolyte 
'58-'59; Hall Counselor '58-'59. 





ANN CARTER VOORHIS Lynchburg, Va. 

"Vo,"ahem! corn-beef hash 

"If'hy worry — it's much easier to laugh." 

Stage Coach Staff '57-'59; Belles Staff '57-'59; 

Dramatics Club '57-'59; Ma. 



HENRIETTA McWILLIE WESTON 

Columbia, S. C. 
lovable, a bit naive, a dear friend 
"77te mildest manners and the gentlest heart." 
Stack Coach '57-'58; Treasurer of Junior Class 
'57-'58; Doctors' Daughters' Club '57-'59; May- 
Day '57-'58; Be//es Staff '57-'59, Co-Business Man- 
age. '58-'. r i9; Altar Guild '58'59; Hall Counselor 
58-'59; Marshal '58-'59; Granddaughters' Club 
58'59; May Court '58-'59; Sigma. 





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SENIORS 





MARTHA McCOY WHEELER Salisbury, N. C. 

jokes, playtime, hi fi 
"/ would live the same life over if I had to live 

it again*' 
Doctors' Daughters' Club '57-*59; Canterbury Club 
'57-\59; Altar Guild '58*59; Y.R.C. '57-'59; 
Y.W.C.A. '57-*58; Dramatics Club *58-'S9; Y.D.C 
'57-'58; Stage Coach Staff '57-*58; Belles Staff 
'58-'59; Granddaughters' Club *57-'59; Sigma. 



SARA ELLEN WHITE Kinston, N. C. 

sweet, stylish, dear 

"She is something sterling that will stay, 

When gold and silver melt away." 

Glee Club *56-'57; Y.W.C.A. "56-'58; Y.D.C. '56- 

'58; Stack Coach Staff *56-'58; Choir "57'58; 

Water Ballet '57-\58; Mu. 




BETTIE ANN WHITEHLRST 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

willingness, dates, sincerity 
"Elegant as simplicity and warm as ecstasy" 
Cheerleader *57-'59; Stage Coach Staff *57-'59. 
Photography Editor "58-\59; Doctors" Daughters' 
Club '57-'59, Secretary-Treasurer \57-"58. President 
'58-'59; Granddaughters' Cluh '57-'59; Hall Coun- 
selor '58-'59; Vice-President of Senior Class '58- 
59; Chairman of Nominating Committee for May 
Court *58-'59! Altar Guild \58-'59; Sigma Mu 
Volleyball \58-\59; Y.W.C.A. '58-*59; Mu; Circle 
'59. 



RUTH GRANTHAM WHITLEY 

Murfreesboro, N. C. 
lovely, even tempered, neat 
"The music that can deepest reach and cure all 

ill, is cordial speech," 
Glee Club '57-'58; Stage Coach Staff \57-"59; 
Altar Guild '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. *58-*59; Hall Coun- 
selor *58-'59: Canterburv Club '58-"59; Acolyte 
'58-\59; Mu. 



BEVERLY RUTH WICKER Raleigrh. N. C. 

gaiety, bridge, brains 

"Rich in good works." 
Stage Co*ch Business Staff "58-"59: Committee 
for Broughton Tea "58-"59; Sigma. 

ANNE GRIMES WILLIAMS Raleigh. N. C. 

limitless laughter, sunshine. obl ! g:ng 
"The best of healers is good cheer!" 
Props Committee Chairman for The Heiress *57- 
"58; Broughton Day Committee "57-"58; Our Town 
"57-'58; Dramatics Club "57-"59: Senior Little 
Store Committee "58-"59; Belles Staff "58-*59; 
Mini woman of Chaillot \58-\59: Granddaughters' 
Club '57-'59; Stage Coach Staff '58-"59; Mu; The 
Chalk Garden "59. 



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SENIORS 



JOAN LEE WILLIAMS Robersonville, N. C. 

E. C. C, understanding, beautiful blond 
"To know, to esteem, to love." 
Y.W.C.A. '56-'59; Belles Staff '58-'59; Stack 
Coach Staff '56-'58; Y.D.C. '56-'57; Water Ballet 
"57-"58; Swimming Club '58-'59; Sigma. 



ANNE ANDREWS WRIGHT Petersburg, Va. 
"Virginia is mail home!" sparkling, everybody's 

friend 
"Never underestimate the power of a woman" 
Y.W.C.A. '57-'59; Doctor's Daughters' Club '57- 
'59; All Star Badminton Team '57-'58; Hall Coun- 
selor '58-'59; Head Crueifer '58'59; Altar Guild 
"58-"59; Assembly Chairman '58-'59; Sigma. 





BETTY DANDRIDGE WRIGHT Rome, Ca. 

Georgia cracker, deadlines, eyes 
"A rare compound oj seriousness, frolic, and fun." 
Choir '57-'59, President '58-'59; Belles Staff '57- 
'59, Exchange Editor '58, Editor '58-'59; Altar 
Guild '58-'59; Letter Club '58-'59; Soccer Team 
\57-'59, All Star Team '57-'58; Basketball Team '58- 
'59; Volleyball Team '58-'59; Softball Team '57- 
'59; All Star Team '57-'58; Tennis Team '57*59, 
All Star Team '57-'58; Handball Team '57-'58; 
Tennis Tournament '58-'59; Swimming Club '58- 
'59; Ma. 



JANE IREDELL WRIGHT 

Wrightsville Beach. N. C. 

petite, adorable, gracious 

"She who plants kindness gathers love." 

Granddaughters' Club '57-'59; Altar Guild '58'59; 

Hall Counselor '58-'59; Chairman Invitations 

Committee Senior Dance "58-'59; Mu. 





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Jn m^mnriam 




■™*rmrr 



GERALDINE COLES BURROUGHS 



September 28, 1939 - December 5, 1958 



She who walked on Earth with Lore 
Walks in Heaven with Glory. 



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Moving in . . . All right! Let's get to work! . . . Swing your partner . . . Now I KNOW it's here some place . . . That's 
Mine! Giramie! . . . What every best dressed girl wears . . . Smile at the birdie! . . . Really? I'd love to! ... Good night. 




Junior Class Officers 




Judee Metcalfe Treasurer 

Florence Nash President 

Lucy Milward '. Vice-President 

Polly Fulkerson Secretary 



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JUNIORS 



Johanna McKelvin Adler 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Katherine Lynne Aliff 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Gail Marie Allen 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Emily Wescott Anderson 
Wilson. N. C. 

Martha Virginia Anderson 
Wilson, N. C. 

Florence Louise Andrews 
Newport, Rhode Island 



Sarah Rhudy Arnold 
Morristown, Tenn. 

Caroline Winder Ashford 
New Bern. N. C. 

Edith Tessa Bade 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Elizabeth Graham 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Beckwith 



Hannah Dewey Bell 
Goldsboro. N. C. 

Mary Webber Bell 
Goldsboro. N. C. 




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Miriam Anne Benson 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Sara Bussey Bickerslaff 
Columbus, Ga. 

Mary Neal Bolch 
Marion. N. C. 



Blanche Baker Bonner 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Anne Wilson Bostwick 
Richmond. Va. 

Tennys Thomson Bowers 
Washington. N. C. 







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JUNIORS 






Rita Graham Bright 
Beckley, W. Va. 

Bonnie Tull Brinser 
Richmond, Va. 

Marjorie McDaniel Br\an 
Goldsboro. N. C. 






Rebecca Roberts Bulluck 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Beverly Anne Bunn 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Amanda Jeanne Cameron 
Little Rock. Ark. 






Ann Harrington Campbell 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Sharon Henrietta Ca!es 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Mary Glasgow Chiles 
Sanford, N. C. 






Ann lone Clark 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Caroline Whitehead Clark 
Tarboro. N. C. 

Barbara Mills Clarke 
Columbia. S. C. 








Sandra Jean Cobb 
Fayetteville. N. C. 

Frances Rogers Cockril 
Little Rock. Ark. 

Frances Harriet Cole 

Tallahassee. Fla. 



Elizabeth Woodard Copelaml 
Kinslon. N. C. 

Judith Crippen 
Jacksomille. Fla. 

Mildred Cromwell 
Little Rock. Ark. 



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JUNIORS 



Anna Clark Dameron 
Marion, N. C. 

Frances Bryan Davis 
Grifton, N. C. 

Frances Carlton Davis 
Durham. N. C. 



Julie Lynn Dayvault 
Lexington, N. C. 

Lucretia Douglas DeLoach 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Mary Webber Dewey 
Goldsboro, N. C. 








Diane Greer Dickerson 
Lexington, N. C. 

Mary Anne Dickey 
Atlanta. Ga. 

Susan Farnhara Docld 
Suffolk. Va. 






Susan Douglas 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Mary Ethel Edmondson 
Bethel, N. C. 

Josephine Peoples Ehringhaus 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Faye Frances Fakler 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Florence Dargan Fishburne 
Walterboro. S. C. 

Barbara Moore Fletcher 
Durham. N. C. 







Elizabeth Bea FooLe 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Nancy Pauline Fulkerson 
Pensacola. Fla. 

Marcia Irwine Gay 
Charlotte, N. C. 






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JUNIORS 






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Elizabeth Cornelia Gearon 
Atlanta. Ga. 

Alice Ellerbe Geer 
Leaksville. N. C. 

Eugenia Hoyt Glover 
Williamston, N. C. 



Mary Gail Goodwin 
Elizabeth City. N. C. 

Patricia Elizabeth Green 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Madge Urquhart Gregory- 
Little Rock. Ark. 



Sara Jane Griffin 
Roxboro, N. C. 

Dorothy Ann Guest 
Pawtucket, R. I. 

Carolyn Harris 
Fountain, N. C. 



Linda Ann Hatley 
Durham. N. C. 

Doris Ann Hauser 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Rebecca Hines 

Greenwood. S. C. 



Gloria Meredith Hobbie 
Durham. N. C. 

Eugenia Roberts Hofler 
Windsor. N. C. 

Elizabeth Rawls Howard 
Tarboro. N. C. 



Josephine Metts Huntt 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Elizabeth Bruce Inge 
Manteo. N. C. 

Jane Lindlev Jordan 
Raleigh. N. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Calamine Kellani 
Belle Haven. Va. 

Francis Golladay LaMotte 
Columbia. S. C. 

Helen Louise Landauef 
Kinston. N. C. 



Virginia Hammersly Lang 
Greenville, N. C. 

Elizabeth Randolph Latta 
Louisburg. N. C. 

Lila Tucker Laxton 
Charlotte. N. C. 








Eleanor Simmons Lineberger 
Shelby. N. C. 

Lois Lynch 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Melinda Swann Messer 
Burlington. N. C. 




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Julia Carol Metcalfe 
Ridgewood, N. J. 

Mary Lucile Miller 
Springfield, Ky. 

Lucy Hart Milward 
Lexington, Ky. 






Caroline Ivey Morris 
Concord. N. C. 

Susan Keyes Murphey 
Richmond. Va. 

Judith Ann Parkard McCormick 
Travis Air Force Base. Calif. 






Kathryn Eilene McCormick 
Albuquerque. N. M. 

Patricia May McDaniel 
Richmond. Va. 

Mary Margaret McKee 
Charlotte. N. C. 





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JUNIORS 




Anne Elizabeth McLennan 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Florence Allen McLeod 
Florence, S. C. 

Florence Thomas Nash 
Tarboro. N. C. 



Elizabeth Nicholson Nelson 
Columbia. S. C. 

Emily Sue Nelson 
Norfolk, Va. 

Cynthia Anne Norman 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Marietta Sugg Northrop 
Greenville. N. C. 

Ka'hleen Ann O'Lenic 
Lookout Mountain. Tenn. 

Patricia Hamilton Padgett 
Forest City, N. C. 



Martha Toone Parham 
Oxford. N. C. 

Dianne Margaret Parker 
Cranston. R. I. 

Margaret Rene Pegues 
Monroe. N. C. 



Janet E'hel Perry 
Morristown. Tenn. 

Mary Cameron Phillip: 
Morganton. N. C. 

Martha Ellen Pierce 
Weldon. N. C. 






Lula Norris Pittman 
Wilson. N. C. 

Mary Lee Register 
Tallahassee. Fla. 

Dorolhv Lynn Roberson 
Greensboro. N. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Lavinia Mae Rothrock 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Margaret Tyson Ruffin 
Greenville. N. C. 

Robbie Bernice Sams 
Charlotte. N. C. 



Lynda Marcelle Sanderford 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Katherine Bell Sawyer 
Windsor. N. C. 

Betty Kay Separk 
Raleigh. N. C. 







Nancy Alston Siegling 
Charleston, S. C. 

Ann Guilford Smiley 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Joanne Ruth Smith 
Bayside. Va. 






Valerie Prentiss Smith 
Butte. Montana 

Lilias Margaret Vass Stockard 
Lakeland. Fla. 

Mary Brown Stone 
Martinsville. Va. 



Carol Ann Tadlock 
Greenville. N. C. 

Jane Tarlton 

Fayetteville. N. C. 

Martha Battle Taylor 
Oxford. N. C. " 





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Susanne Taylor 
Ayden. N. C. 

Victoria Anne Taylor 
Rocky Mount. N. C. 

Jane Elizabeth Teague 
Little Rock, Ark. 






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JUNIORS 






Linda Cutchin Thomas 
Asheboro, N. C. 

Sallie Virginia Thompson 
Wendell. N. C. 

Sara Craig Tuli 
Salisbury. N. C. 






iMargaret Morris Turner 
Goldsboro. N. C. 

Nancy Davis Waldrop 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Toler Tucker Walker 
Norfolk. Va. 



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Eleanor Grey Watkins 
Waynesville. N. C. 

Jo Anna Watkins 
Oxford. N. C. 

Elizabeth Atkinson White 
Greenville. N. C. 








Janet Simmons Wiggs 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Marcia Ann Williams 
Tarhoro. N. C. 

Jane Hines Wooten 
Kinston. N. C. 



Catherine White Young 
Fayetteville. Tenn. 

Martha Franklin \ oung 
Fredericksburg. Va. 

Elizabeth Field low 
Anniston. Ala. 




Diane Helen Zschau 
Raleigh. N. C. 



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Busy — Do Nol Disturb . . . Fly with me ... St. Mary's Belles at their best? . . . The Thinker . . . Well, we have to have 
a little fun! . . . Hello! I Take me to your leader) . . . Wh?re did you find that souvenir? . . . Get us to the church on 
time! . . . Happy Birthday. 




Commercial Class Officers 




Ann Lynch - Vice-President 

Nan Bailey President 

Joan Prevost Treasurer 

Patricia Perkinson Secretary 



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COMMERCIAL STUDENTS 



Betty Stamps Bacon 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Nan Grey Bailey 
Wendell, N. C. 

Roberta Collins 

Pawtucket. R. I. 



Emily Ward Havens 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Dorothy Cabaniss Johnson 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Marlha Ann Lynch 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Patricia Page Perkinson 
Wise, N. C. 

Joan Morrow Prevost 
Hazelwood. N. C. 

Nancy Settle 

Darmstadt, Germany 



Elizabeth Gail Smith 
Raleigh. N. C. 

June Scarlett Walden 

Guatemala City, Guatemala 

Ida Irene Weldon 
Norlina. N. C. 



Martha Dickerson Yarborough 
Cary, N. C. 








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Sophomore Class Officers 




Edith Alston : President 

Diane Blanton Vice-President 

Eleanor Ramsey Secretary 

Caroline Finlay Treasurer 



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SOPHOMORES 



Alice Anne Ainslie 
Huntington. W. Va. 

Martha Virginia Allen 
Forsyth, Ga. 

Edith Eugenia Alston 
Anniston, Ala. 

Virginia Dowdell Anderson 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Celeste Allen Barnette 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Marl ha Patricia Bell 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Alyce Diane Blanton 
Marion, N. C. 

Jane Crawford Bracevvell 
Toccoa, Ga. 

Anne Winslow Brinn 
Hertford. N. C. 

Mary Richard Chambers 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Agnes Gayle Clark 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Judith Raine Crumpler 
Fuquay Springs, N. C. 

Mary McNair Currie 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Ann Sherron DeHart 
Bryson City. N. C. 

Linda Kay Farson 
Ashland, Ky. 

Caroline Knowlton Finlay 
Columbia, S. C. 

Margaret Caroline Hamilton 
Morganton. N. C. 

Brenda Kay Hamrick 
Gaffney, S. C. 

Jane Russell Harris 
Seaboard, N. C. 

Lou Boney Hoffler 
Wallace. N. C. 

Penelope Warren Holland 
Columbia. S. C. 

Kathe Holtzclaw 

Mount Holly. N. C. 

Eleanor Draper Howard 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Cynthia Ann Hubard 
Fayetteville. N. C. 

Julia Anne Hunt 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Ruth Blackburn Johnson 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Susan Keel 

Rocky Mount. N. C. 

Edith Mary Kellermann 
Charlotte. N. C. 







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SOPHOMORES 



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Laurinda Carlson King 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Martha Elizabeth Kirchheimer 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Martha Brownlow Martin 
Anniston. Ala. 

Cornelia Fleming Mayer 
Columbia. S. C. 

Margaret Haclley Morgan 
Farmville. N. C. 

Sarah Louise McCIure 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Alice Rayburn McDevitt 
Wake Forest, N. C. 

Mary Noreott Pemberton 
Yanceyville, N. C. 

Susan Montague Poe 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Jacqueline Justine Polk 
Plymouth, N. C. 

Cecelia McKenzie Quantz 
Timmonsville, S. C. 

Eleanor Newman Ramsav 
High Point. N. C. 

Ellen Christian Rose 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Camilla Carleton Savage 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Priscilla Lambeth Seldon 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Anne Ray Stinnett 
Brenham. Texas 

Frances Hunter Stutts 
High Shoals. N. C. 

Charlotte Darden Thome 
Littleton. N. C. 

Margaret Ridlev T\ ler 
Roxobel. N. C. 

Sallv Brown L'pton 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Nancy Carol Wall 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Alice Elizabeth Wilson 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Martha Celeste Winstead 
Myrtle Beach. S. C. 

Amelia Whitaker Yancey- 
Marion. N. C. 



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Dig those crazy pants . . . This life of luxury . . . Mr. Snowman, bring me a dream . . . Eat. drink, and be merry — for 
tomorrow we study . . . Dr. Smedes!! . . . High? . . . The Secret Society of Fag Smokers ... Is it contentment, or is it 
contentment? . . . And the witch said. "Have an apple, my dear." 




Freshman Class Officers 




Susan Sawyer Vice-President 

Pat Exum Secretary 

Daphne Connelly : Treasurer 

Em Howell President 






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FRESHMEN 



Patricia May Armstrong 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Jacquelin Irene Baublitz 
Martinsville. Va. 

June Elizabeth Bodclie 
Lenoir. N. C. 

Linda Cristina Britton 
Charlotte, N. C. 






Barbara Carroll Brogden 
Winter Haven, Fla. 

Susan Strovvd Cline 
Hickory. N. C. 

Isabel Meekins Combs 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Daphne Leith Connelly 
Morganton. N. C. 

Alice Winston Conner 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Cynthia Craven 
Lexington. N. C. 

Frances Louise Douglass 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Patricia Vaughan Exum 
Galax. Va. 

Louise Glass Ficklen 
Greenville, N. C. 

Susan Ferris Floyd 
Haines City, Fla. 

Nancy Lou Gouger 
Piiiehurst. N. C. 

Carol Hyselop Hardy 
Warrenton, N. C. 

Mary Alice Hayes 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Anne Morgan Heath 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Nancy Isabel Heath 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Elizabeth Barker Higgins 
Raleigh. N. C. 




Frances Herman Holton 
Edenton, N. C. 

Harriet Hayne Houston 
Greenville, S. C. 

Emma Redmond Howell 
Tarboro. N. C. 

Martha Dabney Johnston 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Winifred Ennis Jones 
Rocky Mount. N. C. 

Uelene Simone Labile 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Sally Johnston Leach 
Littleton. N. C. 

Dorothy Waddell Linker 
Chapel Hill. N. C. 






FRESHMEN 





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Margaret Melchor Lowe 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Laura Lee Martin 
Leaksville, N. C. 

Elizabeth Webb Matheson 
llillsboro. IN. C. 

Margaret Elizabeth Nichols 
Durham. N. C. 

Erwin Wallace Parrolt 
Kinston. N. C. 

Margaret Ann Patton 
Morganton, N. C. 

Maude Emma Patton 
Morganton. N. C. 

Louise Marshall Pryor 
Lexington. Ky. 

Susan Edmundson Purdie 
Dunn. IN. C. 

Martha Ann Rose 
Stony Creek. Va. 

Ann Johnston Ryder 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Susan Sawyer 
Richmond. Va. 

Elizabeth Webb Triplett 
Lenoir. N. C. 

Ellen Charlton Walker 
Summit. N. J. 

Dorothy Diane Waller 
Mexico City. Mex. 

Frances Kee Wheless 
Louisburg. N. C. 



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You can always recognize St. Mary's girls 
Martha? . . . Who is the girl on the right? 
whopper. 



Cheeze! . . . Guess which one likes her present . . . What'cha reading. 
Pat and her brood . . . You don't mean it! ... Tell it! ! ... That was a 




Special Students 



Buena Vista Edwards 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Johnsye Massenburf 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Emmale.e Ward Harris 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mrs. J. P. Milam 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Sarah Helen Harris 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Elizabeth Anne Phifer 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Judy Hartigan 
Raleigh, N. C. 



John Clement Ruggero 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Sarah Ruth Langston 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Jane Grace Stephenson 
Fuquay Springs, N. C. 



Jane Wooden 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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STUDENT GOVER 



OFFICERS 




Jeannette Cross, President of Student Government; Julia Oliver, Vice-President of Student Government; Sally Black- 
mon. Secretary of Student Government; Elise Brice, Chairman of Hall Council; Georgia Cobb, Secretary of Hall Coun- 
cil: Betsy Lipford, President of Day Students. 

The Student Government Association upholds and strengthens the principles of student government at St. Mary's. The 
officers are entrusted with the supervision of every phase of life at St. Mary's, and by their capable leadership they en- 
courage a feeling of co-operation and responsibility in every student. 



Left to right: Georgia Cobb, Elise Brice, Sally Blackmon, Jeannette Cross, Julia Oliver. Betsy Lipford. 




1ENT ASSOCIATION 

HONOR COUNCIL 




Lejt to right: Joan Jordan. Nancy Settle, Mary Dale, Julia Oliver, Jeannette Cross, Sally Blackmon. Madge Gregory, Kathie McCormick, 
Neil Mayer. 



The officers and class representatives who make up the Honor Council, the central branch of the Student Government 
Association, considers with fairness and understanding serious violations of student government ideals and encourages 
self-responsibilitv and honor. 



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STUDENT GOVEK 



HALL COUNCIL 




Elise Brief, chairman, Georgia Cobb, secretary; Jane dray, assistant secretary: Jane Hayes. Sandra Harmon, Kit McLeod, Nancy Complnn. Jane 
Copeland, Mary Dale. Jane Wright, Bettie Ann Whitehurst, Dot Ewing. Lee Newby, Nellie Holmes Ballou, Jeanette Gilliam, Luanne Hobbs, Ruth 
Whitley. Anne Wright, Patricia Litchfield, Dana Borden, Pat Villas. Jeannette Cross. Ginny Tyson. Jane Smith. Cinda Henderson. May Eason. 
Blair Maddison, Julia Oliver. Rett Weston. Octavia Phillips. Mary Ann Powell, Sally Blackmon, Anne Jefferson. Sara McMillan. Martha Ellen 
Miller. Sally Bruce, Catherine Potter, Bev DuBose. Mary Jane Pembertcn. 

The Hall Council, directed by the chairman and made up of the hall counselors and day student representatives, supplements 
tlte Honor Council. Dealing with the less serious offenses, the Council supervises dormitory life and works to solve the daily 
problems which may arise. 



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ENT ASSOCIATION 



LEGISLATIVE BODY 




Seated: Dr. Stone. Left to right (1st row): Elise Briee. Sally MeClure. Beverly Bunn. Patricia Armstrong, Betty Latta. Ann Lynch. Lee 
Newhy, chairman. (2nd row) : Nan Bailey, Jane Copelaml. Jeannette Cross, Julia Oliver, Dana Borden. Dot Johnson. 

The Legislative Body, composed of Student Government officers, faculty advisors, and class representatives, meets to 
consider petitions to change or modify rules pertaining to dormitory and social life. The Body promotes those ideas it 
helieves will benefit the system of self-government at St. Mary's. 



HANDBOOK COMMITTEE 




Left to right (1st row) : Edith Alston, Emily Howell. (2nd row) : Elise Brice, Jeannette Cross, Dana Borden, Editor: Jane Copeland, Sail) 
Blackmon. 

The Handbook Committee compiles and edits the yearly Handbook, distributed to every St. Mary's student before she 
comes to school in the fall, to aid all students in their life at St. Mary's. 



The Circle 




Blanche Bonner 
Sally Blackmon 
Dana Borden 
Elise Brice 
Georgia Cobb 
Nancy Compton 



Jane Copeland 
Jeannette Cross 
Mary Dale 
Polly Fulkerson 
Luanne Hobbs 
Joan Jordan 



Betty Latta 
Betsy Lipford 
Patricia Litchfield 
Julia Oliver 
Octavia Phillips 
Bettie Ann Whitehurst 




The purpose of the Circle, Symbolic of 
unity, is to promote a co-operative spirit 
among the students and between the faculty 
and students, stressing high ideals of serv- 
ice, fellowship, citizenship, and scholar- 
ship, and to aid new students in finding 
their places in life at St. Marys. Among 
the projects of the Circle are campus im- 
provements, May Day scenery, and the 
parlor scrapbook. 



Betsy Lipford 
President 



Elise Brice 
Secretary 



Julia Oliver 
Treasurer 



Members of the Circle art' lr\ ing to put out the torch after their 
midnight walk. 



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First row, left to right: Edith Alston, president; McNair Currie, secretary. 
Second row: Patricia Armstrong, Erwin Parrott, Diane Blanton, Jnae Bracewell. 
Third row: Susan Purdie, Neil Mayer, Caroline Finlay. Julia Ann Hunt, Alice 
Anne Ainslie. Not pictured: Frances Douglass, Virginia Allen, Eleanor Ramsay. 



The name of the Beacon symbolizes the purpose of this organization: to so guide the high school girls 
in their life at St. Mary's that they will increase school spirit and promote co-operation and participation 
in school activities. 



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EDITORIAL STAFF 



STAG! 





Li \\M. HOBBS, Editor 



Sallie Marcotte, Eleanor Howard, Nan Dameron, anil Jeanette Gilliam 
ponder over how to fit the pictures to the layout. 

The Stage Coach is the yearbook of St. Marys, created by the editorial staff. Members of this staff write the 
copy, draw the layout, organize the material, and edit their production. This work provides training and a chance 
for student participation. 




Left to right, seated: Pat MrDaniel, Jane Smith, Sally Blackmon, Jeanette Gilliam, Oeta\ia Phillips. Bettie Ann Whitehurst, Mary Jane 
Pemberton, Georgia Cobb. Second row: Ann Hauser, Jane Tarlton, Becky Roberson, Johanna Adler, Ann Yt illiams, Frankie Davis. Elizabeth 
Nelson, Sarah Arnold, Peggy Pegues, Margaret Stockard, Kitty AlifT. Gail Goodwin, Barbara Clarke, Nan Dameron. Third row: Toni Lon- 
ning, Mary Neal Boleh. Eliza Southall. Eloise Cowles, Lee Newby, Sally Tull. 



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BUSINESS STAFF 




Joan Jordan, Business Manager 




Ann Clark is trying to talk our friend at the Little Store into buying an ad. 



The business staff of the Stage Coach is responsible for the financial backing of the yearbook. This staff solicits 
advertisements and manages the business of the Stage Coach. 




First row, left to right: Anne Bostwick, Toppy Cameron. Mary Alice Hayes. Betsy Lipford, Judy Edgerton. Flo Andrews, June Boddie. 
Second row: Ann Clark, Susan Keel Margaret Bowen, Blair Maddison, Em Pierce, Francis LaMotte. Blanche Bonner. 



The Belles 

OUR NEWSPAPER 




Saint Marys bi-weekly newspaper. The Belles. 
offers to students a creative challenge and an op- 
)ortunity for experience in editing and publishing. 
It serves as an outlet for ideas and as a source of 
information for the student bodv. 



Cinda Henderson gives copies of The Belles for circulation to Jerry Love- 
lace and Chip Augustine. 




First rati, left to right: Sally Bruce, Nancy Sjostrum. Pat Villas. Cinda Henderson. Mary Dale. Bobbie MeRackan. Ann Williams, K«-tt 
Weston. Francis LaMotte. Second row: Patricia Litchfield, Elise'Brice, Octavia Phillips. Dot Johnson. Agnes Lawler. Ann Campbell, Sara 
McMillan, Anne Jefferson. Third row: Mary Neal Bolch. Peggy IVgues. Mary Jane Pemherton. Tucker Walker. Nan Bailey. Martha Ellen 
Miller. Jean Move, Memrie Mosier, Fourth row: Connie Fisher. Betty Latta. Pat Padgett. Alice Ann Ainslie. Linda Pardon. Penny Holland. 
Linda Harris, Eleanor Bullock, Eloise Cowles. Fifth row: Patricia Perkinson. Jane Smith, Jane Copeland. Judy Edgerhm. Nan Dameron. 
Nancy Wall. Sixth row: Lucy Milward, Betsy Lipford, Joan Williams, Becky Roherson. Joyce Batchelor. Em Pierce. Betty Lou Beales, 
Chip Augustine. Toni Lonning, Betsy Brodie. Seventh row: Judy MeCormiek. Janet Perry. Ann Hauser. Pat Armstrong, Liza Soutliall. 
May Eason, Kate Young. 



The Muse 

OUR LITERARY PUBLICATION 




First row, left to right, seated: Mary Dale. Lucretia DeLoach, Ann Campbell, May Eason, Judy Edgerton. Second row: Marietta Northrop, 
Carol Tadlock, McNair Currie, Sally Bruce. Third row: Georgia Fuller. Norcott Pemberton, Peggy Pegues, Toni Lonning. Standing, fourth 
roiv: Corty Creech. Elizabeth Nelson. Penny Dunn, Letilia Galbraith, Julia Ann Hunt. Anne Stinnett, Martha Ann Martin. 



Creative writing is the product of The Muse, Saint Marys literary organization. The members meet to hear and 
criticize the individuals' work. The staff's literary accomplishments are published in two issues each year. 





Ann Campbell, Sally Bruce, and Georgia Fuller proofread a 
copy of The Muse before circulation. 



\li.\iiiii: Mosier, Editor 



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Altar Guild 





Bev DuB0SE 3 Chairman 



The Acolytes are: First roiv, left to right: Catherine Potter. Ann Wright, Patricia 
Litchfield. Second row: Nancy Compton. Ruth Whitley, Luanne Hobhs, Pat 
Villas, Georgia Cobb. 



The St. Mary's Altar Guild is made up of girls who wish to devote some of their time to the care of the Chapel. 
Membership in this group is limited to seniors and serves a twofold purpose. First, it enables the student, as an acolyte, 
to take a more active part in the Chapel services: and secondly, it provides for the constant care and attention to the in- 
terior of the Chapel. The Altar Guild is under the able guidance of Miss Bason and Dr. Guerry. 




First roiv, left to right, seated: Jane Gray. Joyce Batcheior, May Eason. Betsy Brodie. Dana Borden, Betty Lou Beales. Sara McMillan. 
Second row: Luanne Hobbs, Catherine Pnttrr, Eleanor Bulluck. Ann Campbell. Martha Ellen Miller. Ruth Whitley, Elise Brice. Nancy 
Compton, Mary Ann Powell. Rett Weston. Sallie Marcotte. Lee Newby. Third row: Nan Bailey. Blair Maddison, Patricia Litchfield, Emma 
Davis. Betty Wright. Julia Oliver. Fourth row: Sally Blackmon. Sally Bruce. Mary Jane Pembcrton. Anne Wright. 



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Choir 




First row, left to right: Pat Exum, Sally McClure, Lou H'offler, Julia Aim Hunt. Ellen Walker, Betsy Yow. Toppy Cameron, Elizabeth 
White, Irene Weldon, Frances Hullon. Second row: Sally Bruce, Cynthia Milliard. Ann Stinnett. Neil Mayer, Betty Latta, May Eason, Flo 
Andrews, Martha Rose. Third row: Kathy McCormick, Dana Borden, Sally Blackmon, Betty Wright. Blair Maddison. Fourth row: Pat 
Padgett. Memrie Mosier, Julia Oliver. 



As a vital part of the chapel services, the choir 
is thus a vital part of life at St. Mary's. They add 
much to the spiritual atmosphere on the campus. 
Every year the choir presents a program of Christ- 
mas music and the Feast of Lights service at 
Epiphany. Dr. Russell Broughton, the director of 
the choir adds inspiration to our services with his 
own arrangements and compositions. 




Dramatics 




The Dramatics Club has been most active under the 
direction of Mrs. Nancy Stamey. In her second year at 
St. Mary's. Mrs. Stanley has already established herself as 
a superior director. The club presents two major produc- 
tions during the year for the school and the public. When 
not preparing for one of these productions, the meetings 
are devoted to workshops, instructing the girls in lighting 
effect, costuming, make-up, and stage production. The 
Dramatics Club gives the girl interested in acting and 
speech an opportunit) to develop her talent. 



Mks. Nancy Stamey, Head oj Dramatics Department 




First row, left to right: Madge Gregory, Priscilla Selden, Bobbie McCracken, Belt) Lou Beales, Virginia Ulen, inne William*. \ iek> 
Rothrock, Frankie Davis. Sarah Arnold, Sail) Marcotte. Second rote: Norcott Pemberton, Nancy Waldrop, Mary Chiles. Luanne Hobbs, 
Webber Bell, Patricia Armstrong. Kee Wheless, Frances Holton. Third row: Lou HoffiVr. Betsy Lipford, Joyce Batchelor, Marjorie Bryan. 
Janei Wiggs, Polly Fulkerson, Erwin Parrott, Alice Geer. Betty McLennan. Fourth row: Janet Perry, Marcia Williams, Becky Robinson. 
Eloise Coles, Grey Watkins, Becky Bullock. Joan Jordan. Ann Hauser. Elizabeth Matheson. Fifth rote: Lila Laxton. Linda Harris. Rinda 
King, Em Pierce. Dargan Fishburne, Betsy Brodie, Linda Vick, Sandra Cold). Emmy Davis. Sixth row: Laura Martin. Susan Purdie. Caro- 
line Finlay, Eliza Southall. Toni Lonning, Nancy Siegling, Cynthia Norman. Jackie Bauhlitz. 




The Heiress presented March 6, 1958. 



The Madwoman of Chaii/ot presented November 25, 1958. 




Glee Club 




The Glee Club, under llie direction of Miss 
Geraldine Gate, is not confined to music stu- 
dents. Iiut is open to all students. Members 
are chosen from the applicants In the director. 
The Glee Club presents two special programs 
at Christmas and Easter, and occasionally pre- 
sents programs during assembly. It also accepts 
invitations during the year from other schools, 
clubs, and organizations. 



Here is a familiar scene of fin* Glee Club al their weekly Monday night 
practice under the direction of Miss Cate. 




First row, left to right: Nancy Wall, Virginia Allen. Jinly Crumpler, Joanne Smith, Irene "A ehlon. Ilea Foote, Frankie Da\is. Sarah Arnold. 
Second row: Ann Stinnett. Diane Blanton, Judy McCormiek. Lucretia DeLoach, Sandra Cobb, Dargan Fishburne, Vicki Roihrock. Janet 
\\ iggs, Elizabeth Triplett. Third row: Cynthia Hubard, Barbara Fletcher. Penny Holland, Faye Fakler. Eleanor Ramsay. Susan Purdie, 
Rebecca Hines. Flo Andrews, Bonnie Brinser. 



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Canterbury Club 




Front row, left to right: Toppy Cameron, Margaret Stockard, Laura Martin. Jane Bracewell, Betty Latta, Luanne Hobbs, Patricia Green, 
Sarah Arnold. Bea Foote. Back row, lejt to right: Ruth Whitley, Jai el Perry, Josephine Hunt. Becky Bullock, Tuck Walker. Marcia Wil- 
liams. Emily Nelson, Katherine Sawyer, Elizabeth Matheson. 

The Canterbury Club is a service organization composed of members of the Episcopal Church and other interested 
students. From time to time it undertakes special charities, and it also brings to the campus speakers on sociological, 
national, and international problems. Students from various colleges in Raleigh meet together for worship, study, and 
fellowship on Sunday nights. In general, the Canterbury Cluh adapts its programs lo certain objectives of the Episco- 
pal Church. 



Y.W.C.A. 



The Young Women's Christian Association is an 
organization whose purpose is to help the needv. 
Its members are composed of non-Episcopalians 
and other interested students. The parties for the 
orphanage children, evening meditation services in 
the Chapel during exams, and the maintenance of 
the "rec room" are some of the activities of the 
Y.W.C.A. This organization also sponsors certain 
lectures and projects throughout the vear. 



Left to right: Linda Vick, Vice-President; Patricia Litch 
field. President; Blair Maddison, Secretary-Treasurer. 





Doctors' 
Daughters' Club 



The Doctors' Daughters' Club is made up of 
girls whose fathers are doctors. The main proj- 
ect of this club is to help those less fortunate 
than ourselves. As projects this year, the girls 
gave baskets of fruit to a needy famil) and sang 
Christmas carols to the ladies at St. Luke s Home. 



First row, left to right: Betsy Nichols, Marcia Cay, Bettie 
Ann Whitehurst, president; Lou Pittman, Judy Grumpier. 
Second row: Sally McClure, Georgia Cobb. Mary Richard 
Chambers, Neil Mayer. Third row: Anne Wright. Anne 
Stinnett, Anne Benson, Blanche Bonner. Fourth row: 
Jeanette Gilliam, Rett Weston. Mary Chiles, Caroline 
Ashford, Martha Taylor. Fifth row: Florie McLeod, 
Nancy Seigling, Penny Mobr, Martha Wheeler. 



Granddaughters' 
Club 



The members of the Granddaughters' Club 
are girls whose mothers or grandmothers at- 
tended St. Mary's. Their main project this year 
was the sale of address books at Christmas. The 
club also makes an annual contribution to the 
St. Mary's Loyalty Fund. 



Left to right, standing: Betty Lalta. Vice-President; 
Tucker Walker, Secretary-Treasurer. Seated: RIair Muil- 
dison, President. 




Senior Little Store 




The Senior Little Store is the chief money-making project of the Senior Class. The girls sell sandwiches and candy several times during 
t he clay and after study hall at night. Here are our workers: Anne Williams, Betty Lou Beales, Carolyn Harris, Becky Roberson, Penny 
Dunn, Penny Molir, Betsy Brodie, Jane Smith, Joan Jordan, Sallie Marcotte, Sara McMillan, chairman. 



Sigma Pi Alpha 




The members are, left to right: Joan Jordan. Nancj Compton, Sally Blackmon, Jane Hu\cs Luanne Mollis. Vol pictured: Jane Augus- 
tine, Jeannette Cross, Penny Dunn. Judy Highsmith. 

Sigma Pi Alpha is an honorary language fraternity. The purpose id the organization is to stimulate an interest and a more intimate 
knowledge of foreign languages. A student is eligible for membership if she lias an average of B plus in an intermediate year of the lan- 
guage, and an academic average of B. 



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FIRE CAPTAIN 



ASSEMBLY CHAIRMAN 





Ginny Tyson, our fire captain, is in charge of all the fire 
drills. She has shown the student body the importance of 
efficiency and order during all drills. 



Anne Wright, our assembly chairman, lias capably han- 
dled this year's assembly programs. She has presented a 
variety of interesting programs which have proved valuable 
to every student. 



DANCE MARSHALS 



The Chief Dance Marshal, a 
senior elected by her class, and 
three other Dance Marshals, rep- 
resentatives of each of the classes, 
are in charge of all dances given 
at St. Mary's. The marshals, with 
the help of an advisor, plan the 
dances and are responsible for 
seeing that the dances are carried 
out smoothly. 




Seated : Catherine P o t- 
ter. Chief 
Mary Chiles 

Standing: Susan Poe 

Erwin Parrot! 



Young Democrats Club 




First row, left to right: Sally McClure, Dana Borden, Vice-President, Caroline Ash ford, Secretary-Treasurer, Martha Martin, President. 
Second row: Joyce Batchelor, Hadley Morgan, Virginia Anderson, Edith Kellerman, Gayle Clark. Betsy Brodie, Belly McLennan, Georgia 
Fuller, Polly Fulkerson. Third row: Patricia Litchfield, Peggy Pegues, Linda Harris, Julia Ann Hunt, Eleanor Howard, Neil Mayer, Amelia 
Yancey, Emily Pierce, McNair Currie, Jeanne Moye. 

The purpose of the Young Democrats Club is to stimulate interest in the Democratic Party, both in the club and in the student body. 
In the meetings the speakers and members exchange political views aid promote better Democrats of the future. The club has many social 
functions in the Hut, which is the site of most of our energetic and spirited Y.D.C. 



Young Republicans Club 




First row, left to right: Sallie Marcotte. Lucy Milward. Vice-President; Vicky Rothrock, President. Second row: Elise Brice, Sally Bruce. 
Dana Borden, Mary Chiles. Melinda Messer. Webber Bell, Betsy Brodie. Ann DeHart. Not pictured: Sally Bickerstaff, Secretary-Treasurer. 

The Young Republicans Club at St. Mary's is an organization formed purposely for those interested in the currenl and past activities of 

the Republican Party. However, the members of the club are also seeking a more vast knowledge of politics in general. At the meetings cur- 
rent affairs are discussed with true Republican spirit by both the speakers and the members >)1 Y.R.C. 



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Athletics 




Lee Newry 

President 

Octavia Phillips 

Vice-President 



Sigma 



The Sigma and Mu arc the two athletic clubs which 
carry out the various sports activities at St. Mary's. 
Every girl in school belongs to one of these two clubs. 
Athletic activities are divided into major ami minor 
sports. Teams are chosen and tournaments are played 
throughout the school year. Individual girls receive 




First row, left to right: Ginger Lang, Nancj Wall. \nn Campbell. Chief; Frankie Davis, Linda Britton. Second row: 
Tadlock, Grey Watkins, Mary Ann Powell, Marjorie Bryan, Susan Poe. 



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points for making teams or placing in tournaments. 
Points are given also to the athletic club whose members 
win a tournament. The organization with the accumu- 
lation of the most points receives a trophy at the end 
of the school year. 

The purpose of the organizations is to provide inter- 
est and participation among the students in sports. 




Dana Borden 

President 

Nellie Holmes Ballou 

Vice-President 




Left to right: Nan Bailey. Ellen Rose, Georgia Cobb, Carolyn Harris, Lou Pittman, Connie Fisher, Chief; Bettie Ann "Whitehurst, Erwin 
Parrott, Louis Landauer, Betty Copeland, 1 Jane Copeland. 



Letter Club 



The Letter Club is an athletic organization which pro- 
motes good sportsmanship and plans extracurricular 
sports activities. To be eligible for the Letter Club, a 
student must have an accumulation of 100 points or must 
have made two all-star teams. 



Lucy Milwahu, President 




First row, left to right: Lee Newby, Nancy Sjostrom, Octavia Phillips, Betsy Lipford, Nan Bailey. Caroline Clark. Dahney Johnston. Second 
row: Georgia Cobb, Dana Borden. Nellie Holmes Ballou, Eleanor Bulluck. Susan Dodd, Florence Nash. Frances Douglass. Betty Wright. 
Winston Conner, Anne Rider, Amelia Yaneev. 



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Orchesis 



Eleanor Bulluck, President 



Orchesis is a modern dance organization which pro- 
motes a better understanding of dance history, technique, 
and choreography. Members are chosen from try outs 
held at the beginning of the school year. Under the 
direction of Mrs. Doris Bailey, Orchesis presents a Christ- 
mas program and the May Day Pageant. 




First row, left to right: Carlton Savage, Alice Wilson. Patricia Perkinson, Betsy Nichols. Toppy Cameron. 
Barnette, Carol Tadlock, Betsy Yow, Tricia Armstrong;. Third row: Madge Gregory, Jane Teague, Cathet 
dent; Memrie Mosier, Mary Dale, secretary; Erwin Parrott. 



cond row: Edith Alston. Celeste 
Potter, Eleanor Bulluck, presi- 



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SOCCER 



BASKETBALL 




BADMINTON 



CLUB 




SOFTBALL 



What sweet little "angels"! ... Up and at 'em . . 
"I've got it!" "Who's got it?" . . . Scramble . . 



. Precision plus . . . What's this madness? 
. Help, I'm sinking! . . . The mighty team. 



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Sally Blackmon 




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Beauty 
SALLY BLACKMON 



Octavia Phillips 



Elise Brice 



Charm 
OCTAVIA PHILLIPS 



Dependability 
ELISE BRICE 





UPERLATIVES 





Nancy Compto 





Lee Newby 



Jeannette Cross 



Intellect 
NANCY COMPTON 



Personality 
LEE NEWBY 



Popularity 
JEANNETTE CROSS 







Jane Copeland 




SENIC 




School Spii'it 
JANE COPELAND 



iNancy Sjostrom 



Jt-ant'ttt' Gilliam 



Sportsmanship 
NANCY SJOSTROM 



Style 
JEANETTE GILLIAM 





UPERLATIVES 





Eleanor Bulluck 





Memrie Mosier 



Ann Voorhis 



Talent 
ELEANOR BULLUCK 



Versatility 
MEMRIE MOSIER 



Wit 
ANN VOORHIS 





OUTSTANDINC 




SALLY BLACKMON 

Beauty, poise, dignity, and intelligence 
are all integral parts of Sally's person- 
ality. Her versatility and conscientious- 
ness have shown their usefulness in all 
phases of school life. Well-rounded and 
capable, Sally has distinguished herself 
among the faculty and students as being 
truly as fine as she looks. 





ELISE BRICE 



With patience and consideration Elise has 
fulfilled her duties and responsibilities 
to the utmost. Excelling in every field 
of life at St. Mary's, Elise has won the 
admiration and respect of all her cohorts. 
Her integrity and dependability have 
proven her quite worthy as a leader of 
the class of "59. 




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GIRLS 



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GEORGIA COBB 

Moving in a courteous, quiet way. 
Georgia is a true friend to all. Her 
kindly ways and charm have gained for 
her the love of all who know her. Her 
life has true meaning, for she exempli- 
fies sincerity and perfection. In her 
modest manner, Georgia has made many 
contributions to her beloved school. 



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JANE COPELAND 



Eagerness, enthusiasm, and dependability 
are only a few of Jane's attributes. Al- 
ways putting forth her best, she lends 
a helping hand and renders many useful 
services to her class and school. Her 
bubbling personality and winning smile 
are sure to win her friends throughout 
life. 




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OUTSTANDINC 




JEANNETTE CROSS 



A living example of all that's right in 
life, Jeannette serves as a brilliant stu- 
dent leader. Her flawless character is 
quite rare, and her potentiality is no less 
superior. Deserving the very hest of 
everything, "Nette" is sure to make a 
wonderful success in whatever her under- 
taking. 



BEVERLY DU BOSE 



Combine personality with beauty and 
popularity and you come out with Bev. 
Her sparkling eyes and contagious smile 
make you love her from the start. And 
in her case, Bev's beauty goes even 
deeper. Her Christian ideals and faithful 
service have characterized her as a truly 
admirable girl. 




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IRLS 




JULIA OLIVER 



Honor bound and trustworthy — that's 
Julia. Constant to her purpose, she 
serves as an able leader as well as an 
humble follower. Always interested in 
the welfare of others, she has aided the 
students while helping to make St. Mary's 
a finer place. Her name will long be re- 
membered for her many services. 




OCTAVIA PHILLIPS 



Octavia is poise and charm personified. 
Her quiet refinement and feminine beauty 
have placed her high on the social scale. 
However, her success is of a well-rounded 
sort, for her ability on the athletic field 
rates equally high. Petite and unassum- 
ing, Octavia is certainly one of our out- 
standing seniors. 





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MARSHALS 




Left to right: Rett Weston, Octavia Phillips, Chief Marshal; Bev DuBose, Cinda Henderson. 
Jeanette Gilliam, Anne Jefferson. 



A mosl important position at St. Marys is 
that of marshal. These six Senior girls act 
as ushers in the auditorium, lead the s'udent 
body to and from their chapel seats, and help 
maintain order at all other gatherings of the 
student body. We are very proud of Rett, 
Tavia. Chief Marshal; Bev, Cinda. Jeanette. 
and Anne — our 1959 marshals. 



Cinda ami Bev show us to our seats for a concert in 
the auditorium. 




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SALLY BLACKMON 



May Court 




Octavia Phillips 
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Jeanette Gilliam 
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Cinda Henderson 




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